Danica CEO "I want to work from home more, too"

Three weeks after 95 percent of Danica's 800 employees were sent home, CEO Ole Krogh Petersen is still surprised by their continued effectivity. When Denmark opens up again, he wants to change his own work routine, and work from home more.
Photo: PR/ Danica
Photo: PR/ Danica

CEO Ole Krogh Petersen has rarely worked from home before - at least not during normal working hours.

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